Home / As I Please / Business / Health & Social Care / Politics / Rolling news / Living by numbers: As the government wrangles over tougher Covid-19 restrictions, is it time to embrace logic and consistency? Living by numbers: As the government wrangles over tougher Covid-19 restrictions, is it time to embrace logic and consistency? Posted By theboss on 8th October 2020 CLICK THE "As I Please" LINK (ABOVE) TO REGISTER AND READ THIS FREE ARTICLE By Graham Smith The debate at the heart of government over where, when and how to… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Cornwall's NHS and social care shake-up is an "attempt to pull the wool over eyes" of the public8th August 2017By Julia PenhaligonThe latest attempt at “public engagement” over the proposed radical restructure… And the next train to arrive at Bude is........possibly still some way off11th October 2017By Anne NorthPlans to re-open the railway line to Bude could take a… George Eustice appointed to the Cabinet as Environment SecretaryBy Graham Smith One of Cornwall’s MPs has been appointed to the cabinet in today’s… Crunch-time for Crofty, as talk gives way to money and the project gets seriousPlans to re-open South Crofty tin mine, between Camborne and Redruth, are about to enter… This article has 1 comment “Cornwall still has one of the lowest rates of infection in Britain.” No! Cornwall has the lowest rates of reported symptoms testing positive for evidence of SARSCoV2 virus infection (COVID-19 is the disease, not the virus). Until the development of rapid antigen tests is prioritised so that asymptomatic infections can be identified we a) don’t know how many of the population have been infected by the virus or b) how many of the population (asymptomatic and presymptomatic) are currently in the transmission phase of the infection, i.e. are potentially infecting others. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.